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the most moist and mouth watering mud cake.
i made it for my dad's birthday.

Posted by Tosh from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia • Published See Tosh 's 11 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Preheat oven to 180*c (356*f)

  • How to bake a chocolate cake. Mouth Watering Mud Cake - Step 2
    Step 2

    Shift all the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl.
    Add Milk, eggs, and Vanilla. Mix ingredients roughly.

    (This is actually me making the frosting not the cake mix that's why there is butter in there)

  • Step 3

    Melt the butter and cooking chocolate using the double boiler method.

    *Fill a pot with one inch of water and put a heat proof bowl on top of the pot.(make sure the water isn't touching the bowl and that no steam emerges)

    put on low heat and bring the water up to a low simmer, add chopped pieces of chocolate (or chocolate chips) and butter and stir till melted*

  • How to bake a chocolate cake. Mouth Watering Mud Cake - Step 4
    Step 4

    Add melted butter and chocolate to the bowl and mix thoroughly, until all combined.

  • How to bake a chocolate cake. Mouth Watering Mud Cake - Step 5
    Step 5

    pour into two separate 25cm round cake tins and cooking for approximately 50 minutes.

  • Step 6

    Now the fun part you can lick all the spoons and bowls covered in the cake mix!

  • How to bake a chocolate cake. Mouth Watering Mud Cake - Step 7
    Step 7

    after the cakes are cooked allow them to cool. (for about 10-15 mins)

    make chocolate icing or frosting.

    put some icing or frosting on top of one cake and place the other on top and then cover the whole cake in yummy icing/ frosting.

    Then eat!

    ~enjoy~

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Tosh
Tosh · Melbourne, Victoria, AU · 11 projects
Thank-you.
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1428 projects
Mmmm very tasty!
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queenfairypants
queenfairypants · Manchester, England, GB · 75 projects
oo that looks amazing!

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